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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 05, 1983
Sept. 05, 1983

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Sept. 5, 1983

Nebraska-Penn State
Pan Am Games
Sydney Maree
Baseball
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Golf
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TERRY BENNETT
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.
Terry, 22, a U.S. Army Specialist 4, swept the women's-style accuracy and overall titles in parachuting at the Council of International Sports Championships in Switzerland. She also tied for first at the U.S. nationals in Muskogee, Okla.

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STEVE CORNELIUS
SAN DIEGO
Cornelius, 31, bowled an 846 three-game doubles series in the San Diego city tourney, including 31 consecutive strikes and back-to-back 300 games. In the final game of a preceding singles series he had rolled four strikes, giving him 35 in a row.

BOB PIATZ
JAMESTOWN, N. DAK.
Piatz, a 25-year-old certified public accountant, hit safely in 73 consecutive games over four years as an outfielder for the Jamestown Elks' baseball team. His streak ended this June as the Elks were beating Valley City Merchants 13-3.

KYLE COODY
ABILENE, TEXAS
Coody, 18, won the All-American Prep Golf Championships in Albuquerque by three strokes over Rich Marik of Anaheim, Calif. Following an opening-round 76, Coody shot back-to-back 70s for a final score of even-par 216.

BILL SMITH
BRICK, N.J.
Smith, 22, won the New Jersey Athletic Congress decathlon with a meet-record 7,058 points, breaking the previous mark of 6,749 set in 1978. He won the discus (133'7") and was second in the high hurdles and 1,500 meters.

RICH CARLTON
ALLIANCE, OHIO
Rich, 14, a righthander for the Reese Body Shop team, faced and struck out 21 Rootstown Jet Rubber batters in a seven-inning game for a 7-0 win. For the season, he whiffed 112 hitters in 61 innings and led his team to the city baseball title.

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